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Scrubs Episode: "My Rabbit"

Season 6, Episode 21
Episode Synopsis: J.D. asks Kim to move in with him so they can raise their baby together. Meanwhile, Elliot gets help planning her wedding from Carla, and Keith is coached on how to be a perfect husband.
Original Air Date: May 17, 2007

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Season 6, Episode 21
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Length: 21:25
Aired: 5/17/2007
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May 17, 2007: Gah! Cliff-hangers! Season 6, Episode 21

Wow. So much Scrubs and so little column. It's a good problem to have, though. I feel I first need to address J.D.'s track-suited-gym-teacher-bunny-headed conscience. How odd was that? Even for this show. And why was his voice so high? Just wondering. Anyway, he got quite a workout during the first half of this episode eventually. I couldn't believe the ways that J.D. kept disappearing on Kim. Where was his conscience then? His running was enough that it actually made me feel badly for her. And then when she started honestly (we think) discussing her feelings and asking J.D.'s forgiveness, I found myself very quickly back in favor of their relationship. She was just so sweet. Sigh. But now I don't know. I liked them much better as a couple when they got to be goofy and light, not with all this seriousness and responsibility looming. And that's an excellent transition to Elliot's portion of the story line. As always, she was at her best tonight while neurotically planning every last detail of her wedding. And Carla is probably the best maid of honor of all time, after how she came through for the bachelorette party. Their relationship is something you can set your watch to (much like J.D. and Turk's, which only seems to have grown over the years). But Elliot's relationship with Keith seems much less stable. Though I think the scene where Keith asked Elliot to pick out his eye goo was a little too literal of a comparison to the coma couple, it raises a good question. Just how much do these guys really fit? On the flip side, it was no trouble at all to see how J.D. and Elliot work together. For example, when Elliot complained about Keith's tux, he eventually gave in, just to let her win. But I don't ever see that happening with J.D. When the two of them met to commiserate about their mutual freak-outs, J.D. made it very clear that he's a "story-topper" and there was no getting around it. Maybe that's something Elliot needs - someone who can follow up a story she has about wolves in the forest or crew-team oars slamming her in the head. And of course, we won't get our answers just yet. Stupid season finale cliff-hangers! But let's not forget the smaller story lines that were equally awesome tonight. The Brain Trust's husband-training for Keith could be the best gift anyone could give. And coming from the Janitor, well, it's like a giant crate of pure sugar. Plus, we got to see Todd in his panties! Then there was all the bargaining going on surrounding little J.D.'s christening. That Cox was willing to offer no girls' names, his real pager number and one hug per year says quite a bit about how much he didn't want J.D. to be the godfather. But after an irresistible deal of matching father-son outfits and a date with the guy from the local Italian restaurant, Jordan just couldn't resist. I was actually a little disappointed by that, though. Little Jack was cute, but I feel like we're missing out on quite a bit of godfather comedy next season. I'm sure the writers will come through, though. Other highlights: - Sam Perry Gilligan Dorian. - Elliot's plan to go to a gay bar for grope-free dancing. Another secret lady trick revealed! - Carla looked like George Lopez when she was pregnant. - "Coxian." (Not the adjective.) To get your Scrubs fix for the next few months, check out our Online Video Guide by clicking here. show less
Wow. So much Scrubs and so little column. It’s a good problem to have, though.I feel I first need to address J.D.’s track-suited-gym-teacher-bunny-headed conscience. How odd was that? Even for this show. And why was his voice so high? Just wondering. Anyway, he got quite a workout during the first half of this episode… eventually. I couldn’t believe the ways that J.D. kept disappearing on Kim. Where was his conscience then? His running was enough that it actually made me feel badly for her. And then when she started honestly (we think) discussing her feelings and asking J.D.’s forgiveness, I found myself very quickly back in favor of their relationship. She was just so sweet. Sigh…. But now I don’t know. I liked them much better as a couple when they got to be goofy and light, not with all this seriousness and responsibility looming.And that’s an excellent transition to Elliot’s portion of the story line. As always, she was at her best to... read more

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